Design a logo challenge

Don’t miss the February deadline!

Schools in the City Region are being given the chance to design a logo for the Liverpool Commonwealth Association and win £100 for their school.
The competition is being run by Cllr Gary Millar, chair of the Liverpool Commonwealth Association and the prize winner will receive £100, kindly donated by Chris Lewis from Community Concepts.
Gary said: “This important culturally diverse association needs a new logo and I hoped it could be designed by a school from the City Region.
“Schools need to look at how they would  promote the regions’s association to others and what they are proud of in terms of their cultural heritage.
“They need to express their vision of cultural heritage and diversity of our region through a creative outlet that best represents our links with the commonwealth.
“The deadline for entries is Monday 1 February  and the winning entry will be professionally recreated by a design agency and appear on all association documents, website and social media (with credit given to the winning school)”.
The Commonwealth is a voluntary association of 53 independent and equal sovereign states and includes some the world’s largest, smallest, richest and poorest countries spanning five regions.
Liverpool is the UK’s first “Commonwealth City”, particularly placing migration, education, culture, people, youth, women and business at the heart of the objectives of such a declaration.
Entries should be scanned and emailed to and also submitted in a closed envelope to Liverpool Commonwealth Association, Crawford House, 2 Gwent Street, Liverpool, Merseyside, L8 8DN.

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